CURLING CLINICS Something for every one!
 

Throughout the curling season clinics are offered for curlers, both members and non-members at varying skill levels.

A Novice/Intermediate Curling Clinic is being held on Saturday, October 21 from 12 noon to 3 PM.  This clinic is open to all curlers, from the novice to intermediate levels!  It only costs $10 to attend. 

New curlers only need to bring a clean pair of sneakers or rubber soled shoes and warm clothes.  Experienced, certified coaches will be on hand to teach you the basics of stone delivery, sliding, and sweeping in a step-wise and safe manner.  All equipment necessary (brooms, sliders and grippers) will be provided.  Curlers will work in small groups with the coaches.  Video equipent will be available to help evaluation of your delivery mechanics.  Hot drinks will be available during the mid-session break as will a video on curling.

Registration is done through the Glen Meadows Golf & Country Club office at 250-656-3136.

Intermediate curlers will have the opportunity for one on one coaching by our Certified curling coaches to help prepare their delivery for the upcoming season.
 
 
Intermediate/Advanced Clinic 
The Intermediate Clinic is designed for second-year + curlers who want to improve their technique.  Curlers will work in small groups with a Certified coach on aspects of rock delivery and sweeping.  Video equipment will be available to help evaluation of your delivery mechanics.  This is an opportunity to touch up your delivery and prepare for the new curling season. 

This clinic is usually held in the new year and there is a $10 fee.  The date and time has not yet been determined.  Stay in touch with the GMCA web site for upcoming Intermediate/Advance clinics. 
 
 
Advanced Lectures
As part of the Glen Meadows Curling Association’s drive to improve curling and the enjoyment people get from the sport, the association has offered a series of lectures/events in previous years.

These lectures focus on the mental part of the game and are given by curlers with considerable experience at the competitive level.  Regular clinics concentrate on delivery dynamics, sweeping and the other physical aspects of the game to help you understand the game better. The advanced lecture series focus on the mental part of the game. Curling has been called “chess on ice” mainly because of the strategy and the precise manner by which the game is played on TV.

There is a $10 fee for these sessions. The date and time has not yet been determined.  Stay in touch with the GMCA web site for upcoming Advanced Curling Lectures.

 
 

Please register in advance for any of these clinics by phoning the Glen Meadows Office (Mon. - Fri.)  

8:30 am - 4:00 pm ... Phone: 250-656-3136 or by E-mail (pauladdison@shaw.ca)

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